One day before U.S. President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, CNN & TIME’s Fareed Zakaria hosts an encore presentation of Memo to the President: The GPS Road Map for a 2nd Term – A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special .
Zakaria speaks to a dozen current and former advisors to American presidents about how to secure a successful second term in office and establish a lasting legacy in domestic and foreign affairs.
Featured in the program are: James Baker III, Chief of Staff to President Ronald Reagan (1981-1985); U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (1985-1988); U.S. Secretary of State (1989-1992); Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New York (I) (2001-present); Zbigniew Brzezinski, PhD, U.S. National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter (1977-1981); Elaine Chao, U.S. Secretary of Labor (2001-2009); Ken Duberstein, Chief of Staff to President Ronald Reagan (1988-1989); Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson, (R-TX) (1993-2013); Paul O’Neill, U.S. Treasury Secretary (2001-2002); co-chairman, Alcoa (1987-1999); Peter Orzag, Director of the Office of Management and Budget (2009-2010); Director Congressional Budget Office (2007-2008); John Podesta, Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton (1998-2001); Steven Rattner, former counselor to the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury (“car czar”) (2009); Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell (2003-2011); chairman, Democratic National Committee (1999-2001), and; Robert Rubin, U.S. Treasury Secretary (1995-1999); co-chairman, Council on Foreign Relations.
Memo to the President: The GPS Road Map for a 2nd Term – A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special will air on Saturday, Jan. 19 at 8:00pm, 11:00pm, and 2:00am on CNN/U.S.. All times are Eastern.
Following part two of Lance Armstrong’s interview with Oprah, Betsy Andreu gave her reaction on tonight’s AC360°.
Armstrong told Oprah that his first wife Kristin knew about his doping and she made him promise that when he made his comeback in 2009, he would stop. Andreu – wife of his former teammate Frankie, and Daniel Coyle are skeptical. Coyle said “it sounded unlikely, didn’t pass the small test and didn’t pass the scientific test they did on Armstrong’s blood.”